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    Rebuilding pump. Are bearings directional ?

    First time rebuilding the pump on my FX-140 HO (05). I've pressed the bearings & spacer on the shaft & pressed into housing but then I happened upon something I hadn't seen in the shop manual where the illustration had "xxx" on the exploded diagram which I'm afraid might mean the stampings on the bearing are supposed to face that way (which they don't currently). Am I screwed? Are the bearing directional? And if so, is there a way to remove them from housing & reuse?

    Appreciate it.

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    Bearings are not directional......unless one side is open and one is sealed. I believe in your case they are double sealed meaning either side can face either direction.

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    Yep the new bearings (sbt) are double sealed.

    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by Myself View Post
    Bearings are not directional......unless one side is open and one is sealed. I believe in your case they are double sealed meaning either side can face either direction.


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